Archive for June 27th, 2010


Cardiff University Panel at Geneva Conference

June 27, 2010

Elizabeth Ford, Johann Gregory and Étienne Poulard from Cardiff University will present papers this week in Geneva.

The SAMEMES conference is entitled ‘Medieval and Early Modern Authorship’. The event will be hosted by the University of Geneva on 30th June – 2nd July 2010.

Their panel title is:

Drifting Authority: An examination of authorship in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, Troilus and Cressida and Macbeth

Their individual paper titles are:

Newes, from heaven’: Will Kemp in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus
Elizabeth Ford (Cardiff University)

The ‘author’s drift’ in Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida
Johann Gregory (Cardiff University)

‘Towards his design / Moves like a ghost’: Shakespeare’s Self-Erasure in Macbeth
Étienne Poulard (Cardiff University)

Their panel will be chaired by Dr. Andy Kesson (University of Kent).

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